Two-stepping, live oaks, and afternoons on the lake: there’s so much to love about the Texas Hill Country. Vacation rental guests flock to destinations like Fredericksburg, New Braunfels, and Wimberley for a taste of the good life (and maybe some brisket, too). While there are countless options for a Hill Country getaway, we’d argue that a Texas Hill Country cabin rental is the way to go. Vacasa offers a wide selection of cozy Hill Country cabins in many of the best locations.
Bookmark this list of seven Hill Country cabin rentals for your next central Texas getaway. A world of wineries, river floating, and simple relaxation awaits!
It doesn’t get more Hill Country than a New Braunfels cabin overlooking a creek! Relax and take in the views on your spacious back porch, or load up the kayaks for an afternoon on the Guadalupe River. If you’re bringing a boat, Lake McQueeney is just a short drive away.
When you imagine a Hill Country cabin, do you picture something this rustically elegant? If not, allow Messina Hof to raise your standards. This picturesque property has a winery onsite, so you could enjoy a full and relaxing weekend without even making the 10-mile drive into downtown Fredericksburg.
For another facet of Fredericksburg, choose this cozy cabin out in the country. The dogs will have room to roam in the large yard, and you’re within easy driving distance of barbecue joints and peach orchards galore. A fire in the outdoor firepit rounds out the perfect Hill Country day here.
While wine country is popular for good reason, many enjoy the Texas Hill Country for the lake life. This lakeside cabin in Burnet gives you direct access to the water via a private dock, so you can boat, fish, or swim to your heart’s content. Plus, it’s just a few miles from Inks Lake State Park, a Hill Country hidden gem.
Visitors adore Wimberley for a variety of reasons, including its antique shopping, quaint feel, and gorgeous wedding venues. Get the true Wimberley experience at this cabin with a porch, garden, greenhouse, and courtyard. The limestone accents are the mark of an authentic Hill Country hideaway!
Treat yourself to a stay in this centrally located Fredericksburg cabin. While it may look woodsy, you won’t be roughing it: there’s a private hot tub just for you, as well as a fireplace for those chilly winter evenings. You can easily walk to Main Street from here and eat your fill of brisket or German food.
Beloved for its close proximity to Austin and its abundance of local boutiques and dining, Dripping Springs is a jewel in the Hill Country’s crown. Stay at this sprawling cabin if your idea of relaxation means time by the pool or family game time around the air hockey table. And with a convenient location just off of 290, you can hop on the highway straight to Austin for the evening if the mood strikes.